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Art Alert: Arab artists host Billie Holiday Night at Room Art Space

Moroccan vocalist Sara Moullablad, Egyptian pianist Rami Attallah and Lebanese bassist Andre Segone will team up for a jazz night

Ahram Online , Monday 14 Jan 2019
Room Art Space
Billie Holiday songs at Room Art Space
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Moroccan singer Sara Moullablad is teaming up with Egyptian pianist Rami Attallah and Lebanese bassist Andre Segone for 'Billie Holiday Night’ at Room Art Space on 17 January.

Casablanca-based vocalist Moullablad is inspired by Brazilian and classical jazz music with her repertoire includes a variety of well-known English and French songs.

Attallah, a Paris Jazz School and Contemporary Music graduate, has composed and arranged dozens of songs.

Segone, a bass and upright player, has performed and recorded with both great artists in the region and international names from Fathy Salama, Ziad Rahbani, Tania Saleh, Ghalia Benali, Youssou N’Dour, Salif Keita, Angélique Kidjo, Charles Davis, and Arthur Satyan.

Thursday 17 January at 9pm
Room Art Space, 10 Etehad El-Mohamin St., Garden City, Cairo

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